Free Memory Screenings at The NeuroMedical Center

July 8, 2019 4:24 pm

The NeuroMedical Center is teaming up with Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area to offer free, confidential Memory Screenings Thursday, November 21st, 2019 to individuals concerned about memory loss.  Memory screening experts will be on hand at The NeuroMedical Center from 9am-12pm. Check in will be located on the 2nd floor of The NeuroMedical Center’s Physician Office Building. No pre-registration is required. 

Memory Screening Goals

A memory screening is not used to diagnose any particular illness but can alleviate the fear of the unknown.  The goals of our memory screening event on November 21st include:

  • Provide free, confidential memory screenings to those with memory concerns or who want to check their memory
  • Eliminate the stigma and fear associated with dementia
  • Encourage those with memory concerns to follow up with an exam by a physician or other qualified healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis, treatment, social services and community resources
  • Educate the public about Alzheimer’s disease and successful aging
  • Alleviate the fears of those who do not have a problem
  • Provide information about the education and support services available through Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area

Do i need a Memory Screening?

You may benefit from a memory screening if you answer “yes” to any of these questions

  • Am I becoming more forgetful?
  • Do I have trouble concentrating?
  • Do I have difficulty with familiar tasks?
  • Do I have trouble recalling words or names?
  • Do I forget where I am or where I am going?
  • Am I misplacing things more often?
  • Has my family or friends noticed changes in mood, or personality?

Additional Memory Screening Opportunities

If you are unable to attend the memory screening event at The NeuroMedical Center on Thursday, November 21st, Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area will be offering free memory screenings across the Capital region throughout the month of November. Please contact Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area at (225) 334-7494 for more information.

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